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Keith Milne

I grew up in a small market town in the North of Scotland, the only child of a single parent. I was the first member of my family to go to University where I gained a degree and Phd in Chemistry. I spent 4 years in research and development managing a team making plastic replacement parts for cars. I moved to a commercial job managing teams marketing Lycra into underwear and swimwear in Europe. I then moved again, to a finance job managing a team selling financial derivative products in Europe. Every step was a transformation, a new goal, new problems and hurdles and a new me.

I have been married since 1996, have twins born in 2002, and we have been living in Geneva since then. I swim regularly with a triathlon club - in the pool and the lake. I cycle all over Europe in the vacations. I play guitar in a band. I am a passionate football supporter. I read history and classics to try to keep up with my kids. I am currently studying again part time for a BA in Philosophy and Psychology.


The Coach


Choosing the right coach


Why would I choose you as a coach?

The most important reason would be personal fit. For a good coach/client relationship the chemistry has to be good to build a trusting relationship so that the client can fully explore and discuss all aspects of their life that they want to freely and openly. This can be easily assessed from a first meeting or coaching taster session. The second reason is training and expertise. I have been trained by Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) one of the largest and most renowned coach training institutes in the world. They are recognised by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) that ensures that professional and ethical standards are met by the coaches.  And lastly, being over 55, I have a lifetime of experience managing, mentoring and coaching all sorts of people inside and outside work.


Associate Certified Coach (ACC)


Associate Certified Coach (ACC) Credential-holders are trained for over 60 hours and have experienced over 100 hours of coaching.  Earners show a commitment to high ethical standards and have demonstrated, through rigorous assessment, professional competence in their work with clients.


Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC)

Earners of this badge can skillfully coach any person on any topic, navigate conflict, design responses and recover from triggered states.  They understand their impact on others and create conversations that deepen intimacy and trust. Earners are adept at framing powerful questions that evoke conversations that cultivate trust, catalyze self-discovery, enhance insight, and inspire movement into bold action.

Trained Organization and Relationship Systems Coach (ORSC)
Holders of this certificate have completed over 120 of team coaching training. Holders are skilled in supporting teams build emotional, social and relationship intelligence of their relationship system. Helping teams uncover and realize their visions and strategies, overcome conflicts and manage diverse voices. Holders help teams manage change and define structures and roles both formal and informal to execute with high performance and engagement.
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